Sequencing paint with the Stroke behavior


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Sequencing paint with the Stroke behavior

I know this doesn't look too interesting, but when you apply a sequence paint behavior to a paint stroke, things can just take on a whole different life. Let me show you what I mean. We are going to take this ordinary paint stroke, and if I press Play, through sequence paint stroke we can literally have it look like it's burning off sort of like a fuse. So, let's get started. I'm just going to stop playback and close this project and we'll start at the beginning. Here we just have a normal paint stroke, if we press F5, you notice it's selected.

This is one of the presets out of the Paint Stroke Library. I'm just going to press Shift+Z to rescale the canvas. So with the Paint Stroke selected, go up to Add Behavior, go to Shape and choose Sequence Paint. Now, let's look at the behavior in the Inspector. And since we don't need it anymore, let's close the Project pane. Even though, we have applied the behavior, if you click Play notice nothing happens u...

Sequencing paint with the Stroke behavior
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Sequencing paint with the Stroke behavior provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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